By Ann Hill Beuf
Examines the stigmatism of kids who deviate from appropriate American criteria for actual visual appeal. Beuf analyzes either the consequences of this stigmatization on youngsters and the ideas used to deal with it.
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36 Social distancing is usually related to the holding of beliefs and stereotypes about the stigmatized group and to the presence of negative emotions regarding it. It is interesting to note that these three components of discrimination against the stigmatized do not invariably go together. For example, a person might feel kindly toward a stigmatized social group and hold no negative stereotypes about its members, but maintain a large social distance because such action is supported or required by the norms of the community.
A master status is the first thing others "see" in a person; thereafter, they tend to respond to the person solely in terms of this status, rather than in terms of the complex of statuses occupied by the person or the personality traits he or she possesses. 39 Schur states: Numerous studies show that when individuals are "seen" in terms of a deviant status and identity (past or present)be it "criminal," "homosexual," "madman,'' "prostitute,'' "drug addict," "cripple," or "retarded," other people's responses to them are heavily influenced by that identification .
12 The victim who is able to stand up against labeling is also seen by this school through a personality perspective. Resistance to the degradation that objectification can cause is attributed to self-confidence, competence, and strong ego. The role of such social factors as the nature of the stigma itself, the social class of the parties involved, and local or national cultural values is ignored. Another perspective, that of deviance theory, stresses the importance of social values and norms in determining the very nature of deviance itself.